monument (n.)
memory, memorial, remembrance
2H6 I.i.100[Gloucester to all, of the contract between the King and Queen] Defacing monuments of conquered France [also: memorial stone]
2H6 III.ii.342[Queen to Suffolk, of his hand] Nor let the rain of heaven wet this place / To wash away my woeful monuments
2H6 IV.iii.10[Cade to Dick, of Stafford's coat of mail] This monument of the victory will I bear
MA V.ii.72[Benedick to Beatrice, of a dead husband] he shall live no longer in monument than the bell rings and the widow weeps [Q; F monuments]
R3 I.i.6[Richard alone] Our bruised arms [are] hung up for monuments
Tim IV.iii.462[Flavius to himself, of Timon] O monument / And wonder of good deeds evilly bestowed!
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